Triiodothyronine, diluted according homeopathic techniques, modifies the programmed cell death of tadpole tail’s explants

Authors

  • José Roberto Pereira Guedes Department of Pathology, University of São Paulo, School of Medicine, SP
  • Solange Carrasco School of Medicine, Clinics Hospital, University of São Paulo
  • Cláudia Maris Ferreira Mostério Aquaculture Research Center, Fishery Institute
  • Leoni Villano Bonamin Research and Technology Center - University Paulista
  • Welluma Souza Department of Pathology, University of São Paulo, School of Medicine, SP,
  • Cláudia Goldenstein Schainberg School of Medicine, Clinics Hospital, University of São Paulo
  • Edwin Roger Parra-Cuentas Department of Pathology, University of São Paulo, School of Medicine, SP,
  • Vera Luiza Capelozzi Department of Pathology, University of São Paulo, School of Medicine, SP

Abstract

High Dilution is a solution beyond the Avogadro limits that, in the dependence of the applied succussion elicits a suppressive or a stimulant effect on a living cell, with a consequent generation of an oscillatory dose-effect curve. According to Bonamin et al. [1], “Perhaps, the most enigmatic feature regarding the properties of high dilutions is the non-linearity of their effects. In several studies employing in vivo and ex vivo models, especially involving iso-endopathy, an oscillatory potency-effect curve has appeared. The first observations were initially considered as artifacts, but the repetition of this pattern in different studies involving completely different experimental models, in times and places equally different, points out to the existence of a property intrinsic to dynamized systems.†...

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2011-06-30

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